David Elya's Macomb & Oakland County Michigan Real Estate Blog

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Real Estate Broker Owner - BROOKVIEW REALTY
View the most complete Oakland and Macomb County Michigan blog. Macomb County Michigan is located northeast of Detroit, Michigan and continues to be one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the U.S. It was formally organized in 1818 as the third county in the State of Michigan and named in honor of General Alexander Macomb, a highly decorated veteran of the War of 1812.

ARCHIVED BLOG POSTS

2007 

How much is that doggie in the window? How long has he been for sale?Why do we cage our seller in when we list their property on the MLS? Would our sellers bite us if they knew? I think they would bark if they read the listing and questioned us. I, as a REALTOR®, am tried of rolling over on this ...
Posted about 7 years ago
What is the value of showing/knowing the days on market of a particular listing? I am not sure if the days on market field should be captured and published on each listing?I am starting to believe that the days on market field should be totally removed from all types of listings posted on the MLS...
Posted about 7 years ago
Can any MLS exist without Listing Brokers? Refresher: What does the acronym MLS stand for? Multiple Listing Service. Is your MLS working for the best interest of the seller by posting the number of days the sellers property has been on the market? Question: What came first? The chicken or the egg...
Posted about 7 years ago
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Read the premiere Macomb County Michigan blog. David Elya is the full-time Broker Owner of BROOKVIEW REALTY in Rochester, Michigan. David is a licensed builder, specializing in single family, new construction, multi-family, condominium and vacant land in Oakland and Macomb County, Michigan.